I've been experimenting with some store bought raw foods for my cats, despite wanting to source the meats myself.. mainly lazy lol. These foods still have a bunch of unnecessary things in the foods (that apparently everyone still thinks animals need for some reason), when I just want the meat and other nutrients actually necessary for a healthy diet. It's a short list I'm not finding anywhere so I'm going to have to take it on myself. Which raw diet do you prefer? Do you cook or leave it raw? Bone or no bone? Supplements? Whole, chunks or ground? Someone a while back mentioned their friend's pet was sick on a raw food diet and I'm wondering now if it was lack of nutrients.. you can't just feed them meat and be done with it. There's a little more work involved than that. There are quite a lot of conflicting tidbits on the internet about this, especially when it comes to what an animal actually needs, so just wondering how conflicted we are here and how our animals are holding up?